NASCAR at Phoenix betting odds, props, key stats to help bettors win TicketGuardian 500

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After back-to-back Team Penske wins, NASCAR heads to ISM Raceway’s one-mile flat trail in Phoenix for the fourth race of the season.

Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano are driving streaks of eight top-12 endings dating back to last season, but both motorists are going to take a backseat to the recent dominating performances of Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch in Phoenix.

Harvick (9/4) and Busch (7/2) have the shortest chances to win Sunday’s TicketGuardian 500 and both won at the course last season. This weekend, if Harvick were to triumph, he’d join an elite group, becoming just the sixth driver in series history to win 10 or even more Cup Series races in one track; linking Richard Petty, Darrell Waltrip, Jimmie Johnson, David Pearson and Dale Earnhardt.

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In three of those previous four Phoenix races, Busch has led 359 laps, including 117 in his triumph during last year’s playoffs — the first under the new configuration of this track.

Phoenix’s track is comparable to Richmond and New Hampshire and it is no surprise both Harvick and Busch have experienced similar success at these racks. Busch has won the last two races at Richmond and the fall race in New Hampshire of 2017. Harvick won the most-recent race in New Hampshire and has finished in the top five in five of the previous six races at Richmond.

But unlike in these preceding races, all motorists will use a new automobile installment executed by NASCAR, one different from what we saw the previous fourteen days in Atlanta and Las Vegas. Teams will utilize a different-sized tapered spacer — without a ducts that are aero — for the first time this season. They’ll use a 750-horsepower engine at Phoenix instead of the 550-horsepower engine in Vegas. NASCAR hopes to find a car using a response time around the throttle. The package that is new could close the gap Busch and Harvick have had on the field.

So much in two races with NASCAR differing rules bundle, Ford has led 65 percent of the laps and has five consecutive stage wins. Harvick’s teammate, ford driver Aric Almirola, will be a sleeper driver to observe this weekend. He was third at New Hampshire’s similar design final season, fifth at Richmond and fourth last season’s fall race at Phoenix. Almirola is 20/1 to win on Sunday and we enjoy him in a matchup with Kyle Larson in -110.

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Odds to win 2019 TicketGuardian 500 at Phoenix

Odds provided by Westgate LV SuperBook

Kevin HARVICK 9/4
Kyle BUSCH 7/2
Brad KESELOWSKI 7/1
Joey LOGANO 8/1
Martin TRUEX JR 10/1
Chase ELLIOTT 10/1
Denny HAMLIN 15/1
Kyle LARSON 20/1
Aric ALMIROLA 20/1
Clint BOWYER 25/1
Erik JONES 25/1
Kurt BUSCH 30/1
Ryan BLANEY 30/1
Jimmie JOHNSON 50/1
Austin DILLON 50/1
Alex BOWMAN 50/1
Ricky STENHOUSE JR 50/1
Daniel SUAREZ 60/1
Ryan NEWMAN 100/1
William BYRON 100/1
Daniel HEMRIC 100/1
Paul MENARD 100/1
Ryan PREECE 200/1
Chris BUESCHER 200/1
Matt DIBENEDETTO 200/1
Darrell WALLACE JR 500/1
Ty DILLON 1000/1
Michael McDOWELL 2000/1
David RAGAN 2000/1
FIELD (all others) 500/1

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